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Zambian outfit Nkana have turned down SuperSport United's offer for striker Reynold Kampamba.

Posted: 9 February 2013 Time: 18:42

Zambian outfit Nkana have turned down SuperSport United's offer for teenage striker Reynold Kampamba.

Nkana chairperson John Chiwele said that they were not satisfied with SuperSport's offer for the 19-year-old finisher.

Kampamba spent a week with SuperSport at the end of January.

"He is back with us but we were not comfortable with the whole arrangement," Chiwele said.

"They (SuperSport) wanted to take him and loan him somewhere else and we were not comfortable with that.

"It's is not like he failed the trails, but the bottom line is we were not happy with the terms of the deal."

Kampamba was the 2012 season top scorer in Zambia with 15 goals in all competitions for Nkana.

Chiwele said that Kampamba was back and training with the team ahead of the 2013 MTN/FAZ Super Division kick-off next month.

"If they are no opportunities for him now, then we believe he will get one if Zambia qualify for the CHAN (2014 African Nations Championship)," Chiwele said.

Previous comments on this story...

Juju by Nature
posted: 07:23 pm
This Kampamba,Mwanza and Kangwa are the future of Zambian football Pirates will regret not getting Kangwa he is a bright talent.
maphul 'inkomo
posted: 08:47 pm
GGood news for SA youth development
posted: 11:48 pm
CAF is a hopeless,incompetent and corrupt organisation.It has it's plan to make sure Nigeria did not make it out of the group stage,to achieve that they had to employ the service a referee that has been indicted in his home country ( Algeria) for corruption and match fixing. When that did not work on the first day of Nigeria's participation in the competition,they had to enploy a different tactic by awording a penalty against Nigeria from a contact between a Nigerian defender and a Zambian forward which occured outside of the 18 yard box."God does not like ugly "that's why he did not allow those antics to affect Nigerian spirit in the competition.They tried directly to eliminate Nigeria,it did not work so they had to try indirectly by eliminating Borkina Faso hoping that Ghana will defeat Nigeria in the Finals. It was clear to everyone,the referee included that Pitroipa was brought down in the box.The Ghana defender's Leg was way above Pitroipa's knees.There is no way the referee could not have seen that.I believe he was working on CAF's instruction to make sure Ghana met Nigeria in the Finals because of their believe that Ghana is a stronger team than Borkina Faso,also that Ghana would defeat Nigeria in the finals which was and is a fantasy and will alway remain a fantasy.The Ghana defender was supposed to get a yellow card at the least for that tackle not Pitroipa.I was surprissed he did not make the Ghana guys retake the penalties the missed in order for CAF to achieve their goal.We are not fooled by CAF so they should stop trying.Would CAF had reversed the outcome of the match had Ghana won the match duo to the blunder caused by the referee and have Borkina Faso play in the finals against Nigeria on sunday? We all know they won't.............................
The Ghost
posted: 11:49 pm
I totally agree with you maphul 'inkomo ...
@Funky_bee ,Zambian
posted: 08:02 am
Great Talent Kampamba he is....
Jos phat
posted: 09:34 am
Nkana wants to be in the top 2 this coming season thats why they ar holding on to their stars.
Tico MP
posted: 08:11 am
just ask us sini boleke sthembiso ngcobo
Bin Laden
posted: 10:45 am

Go hang yourslf Idiot, we not talkin abt Nigeria here..Fotseeeek
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